Today is day number 9 of the Twenty-Eight Days and Counting Challenge using Personal Trainer Food™. So, after a week and two days, all I can say is WOW this Personal Trainer Food™ really does work. I have lost 6 pounds and a total of 11 inches. Like I said WOW! That eleven inches was all fat because I have cut sugar and carbohydrates out of my diet, walked 20 to 30 minutes each day and have not cheated. If I was the least bit skeptical at the beginning I have no reason to doubt Personal Trainer Food™ Program at all since I got the results I got in one weeks time.
The variety of food Personal Trainer Food™ has is absolutely delicious and you don’t get hungry or get a craving of any kind. I was a total freak for chocolate and snacked on that a lot during the day but now I don’t know if I could eat any chocolate or sweets at all because I have been sugar free since my first fasting day.
So you might think that I am losing the weight way to fast but if you stop and think about how it is being done it is not harmful at all. My body is using the fat that I have stored up for years and since I am not adding any new fat each day I burn more and more fat. This is such an awesome idea that really works.
For the first 9 days I ate breakfast, lunch and dinner from the menu I picked from on the Personal Trainer Food™ Program. Like for breakfast this morning I had a Western egg omelet chocked full of ham and peppers with maple sausage.
Western Egg Omelet & Maple Sausage Patty
For lunch today I made the Meatball Minestrone soup where you fix four meatballs and a bag of mixed veggies according to the directions on the package. You add 2 cups of chicken broth but I was out of chicken so I used Beef broth which was just as good as the chicken. Add some Italian seasoning and salt and pepper and lunch is served. I have to say the Minestrone soup was quite filling, so for my evening meal, I finished the soup.
There are some do’s and don’ts that help you if you get in a stalling pattern. You can eat as many meats, eggs prepared any way, green leafy veggies, up to 3 ounces of nuts a day, an apple a day in case you need more. The don’ts to avoid are fruits, nut butters, milk and milk alternatives, honey, and sugar as well as agave. To cheat or sneak a cookie or ice cream, bread or any comfort food.
I am being very optimistic that week two will be as good as week one but I am hoping to add some additional steps because being just days from Christmas I still have some shopping to do I can get a bit more steps in. Also, I plan to talk with my coach to see if there are any suggestions or guidelines she might be able to give me.
2 Maple Sausage patties and one egg or Breakfast
That is just another helpful point to the Personal Trainer Food Program. You have your own coach to help you when you need it. You can also do an intermittent fasting on a daily basis that has shown to lead to successful weight loss. There are benefits to fasting like it gives your digestive system a break and helps to decrease sugar withdrawal.
Well, I can actually say I was extremely satisfied with my weight loss for the first week. I really noticed it in my belly area and the pooch is going away. I will also be checking into the Personal Trainer Food Blog to check in to 15 Holiday Fixes and see if I am missing anything I should be doing. I will see you in a couple of days and give you some more tips that I have found to be helpful. See you then!